Valuable furniture and fuel was stolen in a burglary from a charity day centre in West Pinchbeck.
Police are appealing for information after Sense Charity Day Centre in Glenside South was raided between 6pm on Friday, April 12 and 8.30am on Monday.
There were two tables and eight chairs stolen in total. Each piece of furniture has a distinctive ‘Lloyd Loom’ metal tag attached to it and is worth about £3,500 in total.
The offenders also broke the padlock off the heating oil tank and stole several hundred litres of the contents.
Anyone with information should call PC Sarah Draper on 101 and quote incident number 80 of 15 April, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.